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Business Secretary confirms vaccine programme

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Business Secretary confirms vaccine programme

Business Secretary confirms vaccine programme

Business Secretary Alok Sharma says clinical trials of a vaccine being developed in Scotland could get underway by the end of the year, but rejects claims that the government was slow in its response to the pandemic.

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